The Chateau de Morès State Historic Site welcomes all visitors and, together with the FCDM, strives to offer services that are accessible to everyone.
Many resources are provided by the Friends of the Chateau.
Guests on the Autism Spectrum
We welcome families with children and adults on the autism spectrum.
The following resources will help you plan an enjoyable visit:
Download our Visual Schedule to help young guests plan their Chateau visit.
Download our Social Narrative to give young guests and parents an idea of what to expect on-site and how to best prepare.
Sensory Supports are available upon request, including noise-reducing headphones and sensory-seeking toys. All are available upon request on a first-come-first-served basis. Simply ask a Chateau team member at the front desk of the Interpretive Center to borrow them for the duration of your visit.
Guests Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
Guests of Different Physical Abilities
The Chateau de Morès is a partially ADA accessible location. There are marked parking spaces at our Interpretive Center and at the Chateau. The lots and paths leading to both locations are paved, but are uneven in places. The Interpretive Center entrance is level and the Chateau entrance includes a ramp. The only ADA restrooms are in the Interpretive Center with limited facilities. The Chateau interior is uneven and the second story is accessible only by foot. The Outbuildings and bottomlands are only accessible by foot, bike, or horse. A recorded tour of these areas is available.
Visitation and sound levels vary depending on holidays, weather, and other factors.
During the summer season, quieter times to visit the site are typically Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings before lunch.
Between Labor Day and Memorial Day, the Interpretive Center is usually quiet with the exception of winter events.
Feel free to call ahead to learn about the current situation: 701.623.4355.